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Let Your Kids Cook recipes




When kids get into the kitchen and cook, they get more familiar with the ingredients and methods used, and are more likely to try tasting new dishes too. Since kids are also more creative than adults, you might also be pleasantly surprised by their innovations! This section lets your kids cook, with a little help from you. They will be excited to try out the simple but fun recipes like Chana chaat, Macaroni and Vegetable Salad, and more.

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Recipe# 2608
20 Aug 11

 
Chocolate Fudge Cake by Tarla Dalal
Fudge, with its chewy feel and deeply chocolaty taste, always holds a special place in the minds of kids—and elders too. Here is how you can make fudge-topped chocolate cake quite easily at home. Do sprinkle a lot of walnuts on top, as it offers a much-needed crispy break in the midst of an all-choc ....
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Recipe# 2574
20 Aug 11

 
Cinderella ( Cooking with Kids) 
by Tarla Dalal
Despite the girlish name, this drink will be loved by both boys and girls as it combines tangy strawberry syrup with tangier lemon juice and a good helping of healthy and tasty fruits. Cinderella looks good, tastes good and works good – it is sure to boost you up, even from the lowest energy lev ....
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Recipe# 2606
20 Aug 11

 
Cornflake Cookies by Tarla Dalal
Topped with loads of crunchy cornflakes, these cookies look tantalising and taste brilliant. A mild lacing of lemon juice and vanilla essence enhance the flavour and aroma of the cornflake cookies. This Jar Snacks makes a yummy treat to be ....
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Recipe# 2617
20 Aug 11

 
Fresh Fruit Salad by Tarla Dalal
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Fresh Fruit Salad is tasty and yummy, and makes your parents happy too because it is very, very healthy! throw in all the fruits you like with a dash of sweetened cream. You could use vanilla ice-cream instead of whipped cream.
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Recipe# 2591
13 Apr 16

 
Fried Rice, Chinese Veg Fried Rice 
by Tarla Dalal
Served with a cup of sauce, fried rice is a wholesome one-dish meal that is liked by children as much as elders. Once you have cooked rice and chopped veggies ready, it is also very easy to make. Just take care to sauté the vegetables swiftly on a high flame to retain their colour and crispness.
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Recipe# 2572
22 Jul 16

 
Fruity Iced Tea by Tarla Dalal
Nothing like a cup of iced tea to shake awake your senses – and when it is perked up with some tangy orange juice and a few sprigs of mint, it gets even more invigorating! Make sure you cool the tea completely before mixing in the juice, so that the drink remains chill when you serve it. The F ....
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Recipe# 2615
20 Aug 11

 
Fudge Fingers ( Cooking with Kids) by Tarla Dalal
A biscuit-based mixture topped with a totally chocolaty icing, allowed to set in the refrigerator, the fudge fingers are nothing short of heavenly. You will love to show it off to your friends, if there is anything left after you finish ‘tasting’ it!!
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Recipe# 2612
20 Aug 11

 
Fun Trifle by Tarla Dalal
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The fun trifle lives up to its name because it has everything you love—cake, fruits, jam and custard! it takes a bit of preparation but is quite easy to prepare. You can prepare a whole lot in the morning and stove it into the fridge to take out in the afternoon when your friends arrive for a chat.
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Recipe# 2603
20 Aug 11

 
Funny Faces by Tarla Dalal
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Funny faces make anybody laugh, whether somebody pulls the funny faces themselves, draws them on paper, or whips them up on cookies, bread or even dosas! here is a bread-based funny face with carrot eyes, cheese nose and capsicum lips. Enjoy eating it all up.
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Recipe# 36949
01 Jan 1999

 
Golgappu Makes Orange Juice ( 2 To 8 Years Old) by Tarla Dalal
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Golgappu loves to discover how some of his favourite foods are made and from what they are made. Come and discover with golgappu the journey of orange from the farm to juice!
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Recipe# 36948
01 Jan 01

 
Golgappu Makes Pizza ( 2-8 Year Old Kids ) by Tarla Dalal
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Golgappu loves to discover how some of his favourite foods are made and from what they are made. Come and discover with golgappu the journey of making pizza!
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Recipe# 2571
20 Aug 11

 
Iced Expresso by Tarla Dalal
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Coffee is adult stuff, right? no problem, you can surely try it once in a while in small quantities, and this iced espresso recipe is perfect to begin with. A proper blend of cocoa and coffee flavours, balanced with tasty ice-cream, this is sure to be loved by people of all ages. You can omit the ic ....
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Recipe# 2601
20 Aug 11

 
Jam Pinwheels by Tarla Dalal
Jam pinwheels look really tempting, with alternating layers of bread and juicy strawberry jam, rolled up trendily and sliced into conveniently sized pinwheels. You can try making the pinwheels using other jams or even a savoury combination of paneer and green chutney. Jam Pinwheels is one of the ....
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Recipe# 2607
20 Aug 11

 
Jam Tarts ( Cooking with Kids) 
by Tarla Dalal
When you look at the spread at a bakery, it is always the jam tart that grabs our attention first—because of its attractive colour combination, fruity smell and flaky texture. Although the criss-cross pattern takes a little time to ready, it makes the tarts look really professional and tempting, so ....
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